It was just enough to fill our bellies and our server was a very friendly and chatty woman.
Huber's Cafe for dinner. It was a very short walk from our hotel and when we called, they said we could be seated right away. Huber's is billed as the oldest restaurant in Portland, established in 1879.
|Beer Bread. This was tasty, but dense, and it wasn't any tastier than the beer bread our friend A makes for parties. Actually, I think hers might be tastier.|
|Side salad. Crisp greens, not iceberg, tomato, carrot, cucumber.|
|SP's Clam Chowder. A basic clam chowder. Not the best. Not the worst.|
|SP's entree: Cioppino. Seafood in a broth of tomato, fennel, and onion. He said it was tasty, but he didn't eat it all. That is unusual for my seafood loving husband. He said it was big and that's why he didn't finish.|